Wash. College, Salisbury win

College Lacrosse

May 20, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Stephen Berger scored three goals and had two assists, and Richard Yost made 14 second-half saves as host Washington College rallied from a four-goal deficit to defeat Gettysburg, 9-8, yesterday in an NCAA Division III men's tournament semifinal.

Berger, who has 89 points, broke the school single-season record for points in the win, which set up a semifinal meeting with Salisbury on Sunday.

The Shoremen (18-2) trailed the Bullets (14-4) in the second quarter 7-3 before Berger ignited a 6-0 surge with an unassisted goal with 2:34 to play in the half.

Salisbury 15, Washington and Lee 6: The No. 1 Sea Gulls (18-0) rebounded from a two-goal, second-quarter deficit with an 11-0 run over the game's final 34 minutes, downing the visiting Generals (14-4) in a Division III quarterfinal.

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